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Social entrepreneurship is the work of a social entrepreneur. A social entrepreneur is someone who recognizes a social problem and uses entrepreneurial principlesW to organize, create, and manage a venture to make social change. A social entrepreneur assesses success in terms of the impact s/he has on society. While social entrepreneurs often work through nonprofits and citizen groups, many work in the private and governmental sectors.
- Socially responsible investing
- Social Entrepreneurship on WikiEducator
- The Social Enterprise Alliance (USA)
- The University Network for Social Entrepreneurship (USA)
- The Nonprofit Enterprise and Self-sustainability Team (NESsT, Chile)
- Social Edge
- The Schwab Foundation for Social Entrepreneurship (Switzerland)
- The Skoll Foundation (USA)
- Echoing Green
- Social Entrepreneurship: The Case for Definition, Sally Osberg and Roger Martin
- Everyone a Changemaker: Social Entrepreneurship's Ultimate Goal, Bill Drayton
- The Importance of Social Entrepreneurship for Development, Jürgen Nagler
- Enterprising Social Innovation: the most intriguing form of social entrepreneurship, Greg Dees and Beth Anderson
- We Won't Be Doing Much Business On A Dead Planet, Christophe Poizat
- Leveraging Information Technology, Social Entrepreneurship, and Global Collaboration for Just Sustainable Development', Joshua Pearce, Lonny Grafman, Thomas Colledge, and Ryan Legg
- Social Entrepreneurship Series: A film series profiling the global greats of social entrepreneurship, Ashoka: Innovators for the Public
- Uncommon Heroes: Short film series profiling social entrepreneurs, Skoll Foundation
- Innovations: Technology|Governance|Globalization, MIT Press
- PBS Frontline/WORLD online series on social entrepreneurs 
- Social Enterprise Reporter  - Innovative Business Solutions for Social Entrepreneurs
- Social Network for social change - By Social Network for Social Entrepreneurs
Integrating social entrepreneurship into the curriculum can also be an effective method of service learning.
Examples of Course Syllabi
- Guidelines for Social Return on Investment - Social Edge
- Measuring Innovation - Social Edge
- Measuring What Matters - Social Edge
- Social Enterprise Development from NY Stern School of Business
- Social Entrepreneurship Teaching Resources Handbook - Ashoka’s Global Academy for Social Entrepreneurship
- Articles and Reports - Social Entrepreneur Coach
- Lesson Plan: What is Social Entrepreneurship? - Students Helping Students
- Strategic Challenges for E-Commerce Promotion in Central Africa - Schwab Entrepreneur Case Study 2003-01
- Social Transformation - Social Edge
- Teaching Kids Business
- The Meaning of Social Entrepreneurship - Social Edge
- Open Sustainability Network.
- Joshua M. Pearce et al., “Leveraging Information Technology, Social Entrepreneurship, and Global Collaboration for Just Sustainable Development,” in http://nciia.org/conf08/assets/pub/pearce.pdf.